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Table 1 Characteristics of patients with liver metastasis

From: Advantages of L-3-[18F] fluoro-alpha-methyl tyrosine over 2-[18F]-fluoro-2-deoxyglucose in detecting liver metastasis during positron emission tomography scan

No. Age (years) Sex Primary tumor Lesion number Size (cm) Histological type
1 59 M Pancreas 3 1.8–7.2 Adenocarcinoma
2 64 F Lung 3 2.4–3.1 Adenocarcinoma
3 83 M Rectum 3 2.0–11.0 Carcinoid
4 67 F Rectum 3 8.8–12.4 Carcinoid
5 61 M Esophagus 2 2.1–3.1 Squamous cell carcinoma
6 73 M Esophagus 3 1.8–7.7 Squamous cell carcinoma
7 60 F Lung 1 5.3 Adenocarcinoma
8 70 M Esophagus 3 1.0–1.7 Squamous cell carcinoma
9 73 M Lung 3 1.9–2.0 Adenocarcinoma
10 66 M Lung 3 2.0–3.0 Squamous cell carcinoma
11 53 M Lung 1 3.1 Adenocarcinoma
12 77 M Esophagus 3 1.6–2.2 Endocrine cell carcinoma
13 57 M Esophagus 3 7.5–11.8 Adenocarcinoma
14 65 F Adrenal gland 3 1.1–2.6 Malignant pheochromocytoma
15 67 M Esophagus 1 2.3 Squamous cell carcinoma
16 67 F Esophagus 3 8.3–10.6 Squamous cell carcinoma
17 74 M Lung 3 1.6–2.0 Adenocarcinoma
18 85 M Gingiva 3 2.4–4.8 Squamous cell carcinoma
19 32 M Lung 1 1.6 Adenocarcinoma
20 53 F Carotid body 3 2.4–4.4 Paraganglioma
21 84 M Esophagus 1 2.8 Squamous cell carcinoma
22 81 F Esophagus 3 2.6–6.3 Squamous cell carcinoma
23 56 M Pancreas 3 4.3–5.2 Adenocarcinoma
24 78 M Esophagus 1 10.0 Squamous cell carcinoma